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What comes after Giga Tera PETA?

Therefore, after terabyte comes petabyte. Next is exabyte, then zettabyte and yottabyte.

Is 1 TB storage enough?

1 TB gives you the option of storing roughly: 250,000 photos taken with a 12MP camera; 250 movies or 500 hours of HD video; or. 6.5 million document pages, commonly stored as Office files, PDFs, and presentations.

Is GB or TB bigger?

A gigabyte (GB) is 1,024 megabytes. A terabyte (TB) is 1,024 gigabytes.

Do I need 512GB or 1TB?

– 512GB is a better choice, you won’t have to worry nearly as much about running out of space, nor worry as much about requiring a secondary drive and you’ll get higher performance. Good starting point for a Creative Pro, but again, with a secondary drive, for long-term storage. – 1TB is good.

Should I get 512GB or 1TB?

In the rare case you can’t live without 1TB space, 512GB SSD is far better. CPU & RAM are pretty fast but HDD can’t keep up with them, so SSD is the optimum pair. 512GB is a good amount of space unlike 256GB.

How much does 1TB of storage cost?

You get a whole terabyte (or 1,000GB) of storage for just $6.99 per month. And, Microsoft throws in an Office 365 subscription with that price, which is an excellent deal. Google Drive and Dropbox tie for the second cheapest option at $9.99 for one terabyte of storage.

What is the largest free online storage?

Here are the cloud storage options that let you store the most photos and videos for free:

  • Google Drive. We lead off our list with Google Drive, which offers a whopping 15 GB of free cloud storage just for signing up for a Google account.
  • MediaFire.
  • pCloud.
  • Microsoft OneDrive.
  • Sync.com.
  • Amazon Drive.
  • Apple iCloud.

Where do you store 1TB?

There are several options for cloud storage, and here’s a breakdown of cost for 1TB of storage:

  • Amazon Cloud Drive Unlimited Photos – $11.99.
  • Amazon Cloud Drive Unlimited Everything – $59.99.
  • MediaFire – $24.99.
  • Carbonite – $47.99.
  • Microsoft OneDrive – $83.88.
  • Dropbox – $99.
  • Google Drive – $119.88.
  • Box – $150.